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Greetings! Here's whats happening at the Library this month:

2015 Mequon-Thiensville Community-Wide Art Contest

Open to All Ages!
Now through June 15

The Frank L. Weyenberg Library invites community members of all ages in Mequon and Thiensville to submit an original art piece to the 2015 Community-Wide Art Contest. Upon registration, each participant will receive an 8”x10” canvas. Participants should create an original piece that represents the theme, “Color Your World”. Entries will be displayed in the Frank L. Weyenberg Library’s Gallery in July and August. The winning artwork may be used for future library promotions and programs.

More information on the Art Contest, including canvases and entry forms, is avaialble at the Library's Reference desk or by calling the Library at 262-242-2593, extension 12. All entries must be received by June 15. The 2015 Mequon-Thiensville Community-Wide Art Contest is made possible by a generous donation from the Weyenberg Public Library Foundation. Happy creating!


LEGO Club

Monday, May 18 at 4:00 PM

Build up your creativity and Lego skills at the library! Share ideas, work together, and make new friends as we focus on a new theme each month. Children ages 5 and up are welcome to attend. Bring a friend, no registration required!

LEGO Club meets on Monday, May 18 at 4:00 PM.

Want to make a contribution to our young LEGO artists? The Library is accepting donations of new or gently used LEGOs! Please ask at the Reference Desk or call the Library at 22-242-2593, extension 12 if you are interested in donating.


'Historical Programs:
The Holocaust


May 7 and 14
6:00 PM

The Library is honored to present a pair of historical programs from the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center

The Holocaust - Thursday, May 7 at 6:00 PM
This program will provide an introduction into the historical background necessary to understanding the context of the Holocaust. By examining life before the Third Reich, the conditions that led to Hitler’s ascendency to power, and the gradual erosion of all rights for Jews, people will gain a better understanding of the Holocaust and the impact it had all around the world.

A Survivor Speaks: Raye David - Thursday, May 14 at 6:00 PM
The Holocaust is a historical event that the world cannot afford to forget. What people learn from studying about this terrible time needs to be continually applied to the citizens of our world today. Students, in particular, must develop an understanding of the Holocaust beyond mere historical facts.

The Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center provides programs for schools and the greater community that supplement the basic knowledge of Holocaust history and strive to lead individuals to making the world a better place in which to live.



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Tuesdays, Wednesdays and Saturdays
11:00 AM
Family Storytimes

May 7
6:00 PM
The Holocaust
Presented by the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center

May 11
2:30 PM
History Book Club
Washington's Revolution: The Making of America's First Leader by Robert Middlekauff

May 11
5:30 PM
'Appy Hour
Health Apps

May 14
6:00 PM
A Survivor Speaks
Holocaust Survivor Raye David, presented by the Nathan and Esther Pelz Holocaust Education Resource Center

May 18
4:00 PM
LEGO Club
Build Up your Creativity! For Children Ages 5 and Up

May 19
1:30 PM
Mequon-Thiensville Community Book Club
The Memory Garden by Mary Rickert

May 21
11:00 AM
Computers Made Easy
Microsoft Word

May 21
6:00 PM
Twilight Book Club
Ready Player One by Ernest Cline

May 28
6:30 PM
De-Clutter Today for a Carefree Tomorrow
De-clutter your Home, Office and Schedule with Kathi Miller

 
 
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